05 December 2010

Giveaway: Hershey's Holiday Stocking Of Candy!

'Tis the season... for CHOCOLATE!

Did you know that 89% of adults will include candy in their winter holiday celebrations according to a survey by the National Confectioners Association?


I'm definitely part of that 89%! LOL Normally, I have to hide MY favorite chocolate in some of my hidden stash places, or it gets consumed way too quickly. ;) Hershey's sent me a great assortment of their candy, and I filled my favorite candy basket with Hershey's kisses - would you believe it's not even close to being empty yet? I'm surprised, because I've learned that they make good bribery. (I know, I'm a bad Mom! lol)


I'm sure I am not the only one who leaves chocolate out for everyone during the holiday season, and Hershey's has lots of holiday wrapped goodies that look festive in bowls, such as the Hershey’s Cookies ‘N’ Crème Santas (which are brand new this year!) and the Reese’s Peanut Butter Trees - which mysteriously disappeared thanks to my DH way too quickly.

He says aliens ate them.

I don't believe him. ;)

As a child, our stockings were always filled with candy and fruit. The Rolo Reindeer Cane just begs to be peeking out of a stocking! I love Rolos - but I have a habit of putting them in the freezer so they take forever to melt in my mouth. I've found it keeps me from eating five at once. ;)

This holiday season, I am trying to bake many of our gifts - who doesn't love yummy home baked goodness? Have you ever made Rolo cookies before? They are like the cookies you make with Hershey Kisses, but you use Rolos instead - yum! If you are looking for some great recipes this holiday season, you have to check out Hershey's site - they have a lot on there! I'm thinking of trying to bake the Sensational Peppermint Pattie Brownies - I'm not fond of peppermint at all, but these are very tempting! There's crafts and other things on the site too, so be sure to check it out!

Win it! Thanks to Hershey's, one lucky reader will win a stocking full of candy that contains: Rolo Reindeer Cane (3.44oz), Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Santa (1.2oz), Hershey’s Cookies ‘N’ Crème Nutcracker Moulded Bar (3.5oz), Hershey’s Pot of Gold Truffles Sampler (1.05oz), Reese’s Peanut Butter Trees (10.8oz bag). To enter, share your holiday candy traditions!

As always, you can receive extra entries for:

-Subscribing to my feed OR publicly following my blog
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-Tweeting about this giveaway one time (leave the link in your comment below or @psychotichouse) example:
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That's four (4) possible entries! Giveaway ends December 11th at 11:59 PM PST, and please leave your email address in your entry or have it available in your profile. US only, sorry :( Good luck everyone!! :) (Short date on this one in hopes you could receive your prize in time to gift it this holiday season - I can't guarantee it however!)

I received samples of the products mentioned above. All survey information came from Hershey's; all opinions are mine.

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Marilyn's Money said...

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Sorry our holiday candy traditions are sometimes we go to my sister-in-law's house and make the chocolate dipped pretzels! mjjaegly@yahoo.com

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jenspurg said...

We always make choc. covered pretzels and everyone always has their favorite candy in their stockings.
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Kia89 said...

Our holiday candy traditions is making chocolate fudge.
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mags0012 said...

Our candy traditions are gingerbread houses!

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sweetsue said...

My mom always makes tons of candy at Christmas time and gives everybody a tray. I always put a chocolate santa in my kid's and grandkid's stockings.
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tawnda said...

well... candy-wise... we always try to have the holiday M&Ms, Reese's trees, and, of course... LOTS of candy canes on the tree

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melsywsou said...

Everybody gets candy canes!

okaat said...

Our holiday candy tradition is filling the stockings with lots of holiday chocolates and treats. Like you as a child i remember stockings filled with candy and fruit. We always got an orange and a candy cane and it wasnt Christmas without a lifesaver book. Remember those??? I fill my husband stocking with charleston chews his favorite candy and pick up slim jims and beef jerky. My college aged daughters get holiday wrapped candy but mostly gifts like body wash and gift cards.

abfantom said...

Hershey kisses are a very important part of our Christmas traditions.... I always put Hershey kisses in our daughter's stocking and I use them to make my peanut butter blossom cookies.

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Slinko said...

St. Nick fills the stocking with lots of candies on December 6. A fun way to kick off the season.

Ellen C. said...

I like to use candies in my baked goods for gifts. Thanks!

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5webs said...

My holiday candy traditions? Does consuming huge quantities between Halloween and New Year's count as a tradition? We always have the X-mas colored M & M's, and my mom always gets a huge box of See's and some ribbon candy, but basically, as long as it is chocolate, it will be consumed in this family of five as soon as it comes through the door.
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Shannon said...

Candy Traditions for my family have evolved in the last few years. It use to be we would only have some candy canes on our tree. Now We have two glass Christmas trees that we fill with candy. ( we thought we lost one, a couple of years ago and bought another one. So now we have two.)

peg42 said...

We make Turtle Pretzels, which are mini pretzels, with melted Rolo's (chocolate covered carmel) ontop and then press in a peacan. These are such a hit and we make them yearly.
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Food Historian said...

Have you ever made homemade molasses taffy? If not, try it! We make some every year for Christmas and the grandkids love to pull the taffy- they think it's a blast.

babytrees said...

even though we don't eat candy canes I always get a box to put on the tree

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Josefine said...

We make our own candy for the holidays - cooked caramels with and without nuts.

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lfhpueblo said...

Our Christmas Tradition is to make a homemade birthday cake for Jesus and sing Happy Birthday to him on Christmas. We put candles on the cake, it doesn't matter how many candles because he's eternal. We blow the candles out together. We say "We are not blowing out the light of this world, we are taking his love into our hearts."

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Stefani @ MommyEnterprises.com said...

My holiday candy traditions consists of me making cookies and candy for gifts for friends and family each year.

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russrpm said...

My wife and I spend a whole day making fudge, peanut brittle and patties, peanut butter cups, and whatever new recipe we find. We skipped last year and have heard about from all our friends and family all year. So...the tradition lives on.

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susie said...

my fav. candy tradition for the holidays is that my family and I make chocolate chip cookies every year. So much fun and so delicious.

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catnap said...

Ok, here's a strange holiday candy story. My DS decided years ago he doesn't like chocolate. (Running joke in our house is that he was switched at birth. Our fat, stupid son who craves chocolate is living with some very smart, skinny parents somewhere; you'd never believe we gave birth to this boy.) Now, because I asked MIL not to give him candy when he was a toddler, she took that as a green light to shower him with candy at every opportunity. Christmas she'd go all out and buy him a 5 lb bag (that's FIVE POUNDS, folks) of gummy bears. Every year. Even if you really love gummy bears, it's hard to eat 5 lbs of them. Funny thing is, he doesn't like them. (She never asked.) We gave most of them away, but we still have leftover bears lurking in the food storage closet. Maybe in an emergency we'll be glad to gnaw them. Anywho, I LOVE chocolate. Bring it on.
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Stephanie said...

hershey kisses and sees at christmas eve
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Hollowsins said...

I like to try making different candy or treats but we will always be Reese Cup fans in this house
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Frugal Science Gal said...

We put hershey's kisses inside peanut butter cookies for a special cookie treat around the holidays!!

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debbie said...

I always made sure to put my son's favorite candy in his stocking.
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Margie said...

We usually buy some candy canes...both to eat and to put on the tree. We also get a Whitman Sampler box.
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denise said...

We used to get together with our neighbor's family and make peanut brittle. Now that she has passed away, we do it with her daughter and her family.

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Laura said...

My cousins and I have given each other lifesaver books for as long as I can remember.

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buzzd said...

We make cookies with hershey kisses in the middle..they are so good

momof2girls said...

My little girls love getting Candy Canes in their stocking from "Santa".

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deanna said...

I am Italian and we always have the Italian nougat candy "Torrone" on the table. It comes in flavors Lemon, Orange and Vanilla. It's actually pretty good!

Katrina said...

For us stockings have always been for small toys and lots of holiday candy!

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Grampy said...

First thing I look for is the old sock hanging near the tree. It is always filled with candy and nuts.

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PAIGE said...

Our family always has bowl fulls of Holiday Hershey Kisses all throughout the season. I miss them when it's over.
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Flufferwuffer said...

Our traditions are to make and decorate sugar cookies together! Especially my sister and I...we still love to do it.

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Carol said...

my Mom makes peanut butter fudge every Christmas Eve. All my family comes over to eat and open presents and we always save eating the fudge after we open gifts.
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littlelatina said...

my son is very picky his fave is hershey's kisses

Mommy Kennedy said...

My daughter and I started making chocolate Christmas candies last year and we plan on continuing it.

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Courtney said...

One holiday candy tradition is that my kids always get me Ferrero Rocher chocolate every Christmas!

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Shan said...

We started a holiday tradition of getting or making peppermint bark. Having such a candy only once a year really makes it special
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calvad said...

Every Christmas I make chocolate covered pretzels with M&M's to give as gifts!

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ranya112 said...

We don't have specific candy tradition. However, a few years ago I started a tradition a few years ago that was an instant hit. We do a grab bag of small stocking stuffer presents. Since we have serious chocolate lovers in the family, Chocolate plays a prominent role in the little presents and is much priced.

julis55 said...

Our holiday tradition is filling our stockings with hershey's kisses

Jamie said...

We always have chocolate oranges and a box of Sees candies during Christmas.

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Debbie said...

I get carried away with making candies.Chocolate covered chow mein noodles,coconut balls, peanut butter balls,chocolate covered peanut butter ritz crackers,and my list goes on.Would really love to win. Please enter me, thank you

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Its Just Me said...

me and my sister always get chocolate covered cherries at Christmas time. It wouldnt be the same without it

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kristy said...

My holiday candy tradition is to buy and eat lots of candy, mostly chocolate...and I like the pb varieties the best!
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mogrill said...

My fave Candy tradition is that Santa covers the christmas tree with candy canes on christmas night. The kids LOVE it.
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llinda29 said...

I always buy candy canes

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vmkids said...

I made candy when my kids were small so they loved it when we headed to the Amish house an big red barn to get supplies!

Sarah said...

We usually buy Hershey's kisses in holiday wrappers for to set out during the holidays.

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Rachel said...

Our tradition is to make fudge...and eat all other candy in sight. :)

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Terra H. said...

Every year in December the girls in the family get together for our annual Candy/Cookie Day. We make cookies and candies, then divide them onto trays to give to friends and loved ones. Thanks.
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Deb said...

We always put candy canes and hand dipped chocolate covered apricots in the kids stockings.

Nicole-Lynn said...

My holiday candy traditions are to bake fudge and cookies with candies like m&m's, hershey's kisses, peanut butter cups on them!

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alw6ys said...

well, sharing and eating lots of chocolate - does that count? (lol)

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Sarafan2 said...

I stuff the stockings with Reese's cups, and a big huge Hershey Bay aand a Hershey Kiss.

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samsakara said...

I make all different types of cookies and truffles for family members.

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cindiizzy said...

Our candy tradition is Reese's trees!

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Harry said...

I hope I'm not yet too late for the promo. I used to keep a basket of chocolate in my room. yes, you heard it right a basketful from the trick and treat. This may sound mean , but everyday I used to get some candies that are supposed to be for the kids. haha! Also I buy some chocolates after school. No wonder my Hendersonville dentist is no longer surprise with my tooth problems.
Dentists (Hendersonville, TN-based) usually ask me to bring the chocolate in the clinic than keeping them lonely in my room. Don't worry, I have a little heart, I share some to them., but not my favorite milk bars!

Jenn S. said...

Our holiday tradition is to make potato candy and cinnamon candy and put together a gingerbread house. The stockings are usually filled with chocolate coins, Reese's peanut butter trees, and candy canes.

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Mir said...

Our tradition - I buy them, my husband eats them. Fast! There's been times when I find an empty Pot of Gold box before I even realize it has been opened.

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kygirl said...

We make chocolate fudge and homemade peanut brittle.
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coriwestphal said...

Oh I wait all year for the Reeses PB Trees! Yum! I don't buy that stuff normally because I eat it. All of it. So my tradition is to treat myself at Christmas time!

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Valeen said...

Every year we get together and make Gingerbread houses. Though I think more candy gets eaten than actually goes on the houses!

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Vanessa Carta said...

I keep the mini reeses pb cups around for the holidays, they are our favorite.

tanya904 said...

Our holiday tradition is that my hubby always put my fave candies, ferrero rocher chocolates in my stocking
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Erin E said...

Our holiday candy tradition always starts with a big bowl of Hershey kisses, especially the white chocolate candy cane variety. We love to use them in cookies and baking. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.
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kakihara said...

When we were little my sister and I would give each other lifesaver books--it was always "ok I will give you a book of life savers if you promise to give me one."
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Tammy said...

We always buy Hershey's Kisses!

Jennifer R said...

One of my favorite holiday traditions is all the Christmas goodies we make, many with chocolate added. I also put favorite candies in each stocking and we do candy canes on the tree.

Haydensmommy05 said...

One tradition is that we always have the christmas tree resse cups and golden coins! We cant have a stockking without the two!!

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Anonymous said...

We always put out the holiday Hershey Kisses and from childhood, I have to have Ribbon Candy.

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Cynthya said...

We always have Hershey's Kisses in our stockings and we use them when we make Peanut Blossom cookies.
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delsinger@hotmail.com said...

Tis always the season for chocolate. While I love the goodies I got in my stocking and I love giving the same treats to my kids, there's nothing that can top the Peanut Butter Hershey kiss cookies. We're making a batch tomorrow!

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susitravl said...

For years, I made fudge and divinity with my grandma. She's gone now, but I carry on and have expanded and make tons of candy for friends and co-workers.

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msvickik said...

M&Ms are always out and on the table in our house! Thanks!

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NeraCaligula said...

My holiday traditions are: I make homemade candies--fudge, nut clusters, etc. And the Christmas tree just doesn't look right without candy canes!

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Tracy R said...

We always have a dish of Hershey's Kisses out on the table for Christmas guests!

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During the holidays I keep candy in the house.I also make fudges,divinity,and chocolate covered pretzels.Thanks!
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amyd said...

my family makes bonbons,they are so good!
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tlcfromtn said...

We put candy canes on the tree. In stockings we always have Reese's miniature cups and miniature Hershey's chocolate bars along with a few other candies.

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Yoga Mommy said...

We love to make and eat Italian tricolor cookies they really are more like a candy cake.

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theolotto said...

We always put chocolate in the stockings.

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Tom Vigen II said...

Putting lots of chocolate in the stockings. Thanks!

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taylorbagels said...

We like anything reeses for the Holiday and sometimes get it reduced after the Holidays pass at the Rite Aid.

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Kelly said...

Each year I buy my son a huge hershey kiss, and plenty more of candy.

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clynsg said...

About the only thing that I could call a candy tradition for the holidays is that we always make homemade fudge.

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Anonymous said...

Candy is given as part of a gift's wrapping, on the top and is also in our family's stockings!

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Cheryl (Tx_Sweetie) said...

Our holiday candy tradtion means always have, hershey's kisses, andes mints and queen anne chocolate covered cherries around!

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We love candy candy, chocolate and fudge

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Erica C. said...

I eat a lot of the original kisses during the holidays.

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i usually fill up candy dishes around the house with holiday candies

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Kathy said...

every year i get my kids the tube with hershey's kisses and put it in their christmas stocking

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We always make Peanut brittle
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smilekisses said...

We always make chocolate covered pretzels and decorate them.

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loni said...

I love having sponge candy during the holidays


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I load up on Chanukah gelt-Chocolate money
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Our holiday candy traditions are simple - you make it, I eat it. I bake brownie bars and have occasionally made stollen.

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We put candy in stockings and I always get chocolate covered cherries for my mom.

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lewalk said...

On CHRISTmas morning, we get up and unwrap gifts. While we do that we eat the candy we got in our stockings for breakfast. Lol. I know it's a terrible thing for a mom to let her family do but I did it as a kid and it's fun. We just kinda started doing it too and everyone has a good time. I love it and am glad I carried something over to parenthood from my childhood.

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Tweeted.

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masonsgranny59 said...

Our holiday candy traditions is making chocolate fantasy fudge.

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Kellie Conklin said...

We always get Hershey Kisses in the bottom of our stockings as well as putting the hershey nuggets in our candy dishes around the house! We also get those lifesaver storybooks each year! Thanks for the giveaway, the chocolate looks delicious!
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I'm an email subscriber, thanks!
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ohkeeka said...

Our biggest holiday tradition is my grandma's cookies! She makes them every year and they are delicious!

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carolpie said...

We get the kids chocolate advent calendars and then put some type of chocolate candy in their stockings.
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Melissa B. said...

Every Christmas I bake cookies and make marble bark for our family gettogether.

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Deb said...

St. Nick fills our stocking with candy on December 5th, then Santa refills it on December 24th./25th. The stockings are one of our favorite things to open.

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